ST. ALBANS, Mo. – Tournament scoring records are falling – or at least being matched – every day at the Country Club of St. Albans, (...)
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2013 - LINDEN GOLD RUSH, INC.
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- Rose Zhang opens sizable 54-hole lead amidst stunning low scores at Girls Junior PGA
By Kevin Casey - Friday Jul 21, 2017
- Hailee Cooper overcomes triple bogey to retain lead at Girls Junior PGA
By Kevin Casey - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
Leaderboard • • • ST. ALBANS, Mo. – It could have fallen apart on Hailee Cooper’s back nine. The 17-year-old had been (...)
- Rose Zhang cruises to Girls Junior PGA win after avoiding late penalty
By Kevin Casey - Sunday Jul 23, 2017
ST. ALBANS, Mo. – Rose Zhang had seized control of the Girls Junior PGA Championship during a third-round 66, but it appeared her grip on (...)
- A Gold Rush Revival in Italy, With Nuggets the Size of Bread Crumbs
By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO - Wednesday Jun 28, 2017
Recession-hit years have renewed interest, with prospectors drawn to the Italian Goldpanning Championship.
- Names & Faces: Aaron Judge, James Conner
Friday Jul 28, 2017
Aaron Judge The tooth that’s been the talk of New York has been fixed. Judge, the Yankees’ All-Star rookie from Linden (San Joaquin County), lost half of his front left tooth in Thursday night’s wild post-game celebration after Brett Gardner’s home run in the 11th inning beat Tampa Bay 6-5. But he got it repaired Friday morning and is “all good,” he said. The AL home run leader, who hit No. 33 against the Rays on Friday night, said he picked up a loose helmet, which hit a teammate’s back and bounced back to hit him in the mouth. “I tried to rush off the field before anyone saw it,” Judge said, “but there’s a lot of cameras around. ... Last night I had to sit there and stare at that all night.
- A mini gold rush has descended on Northern California
By Michelle Robertson - Friday Jul 21, 2017
When asking seasoned miners about this year's so-called gold rush in Northern California, it can be a challenge to obtain trustworthy information.
"People who are smart don't advertise what they've found," said Bob Van Camp, better known as "Digger Bob." "If you're finding nuggets in an area, you don't tell anyone about it; I've made that mistake before."
After all, if you're a professional miner looking to make your fortune, it's the nuggets you're after. Flakes and dust are milquetoast – and altogether worthless – compared to heavy chunks of the shiny yellow stuff.
Northern California was pelted with record rainfall this winter, and miners predicted that once all the water washed away, gold would be left in its wake. It appears that their predictions are panning out.